Series: Concord Fighting Men

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The German Army: Blitzkrieg, 1939-41 (Concord Fighting Men 6000) by Gordon L. Rottman1
Imperial Rome at War (Concord Fighting Men 6000) by Martin Windrow2
Ancient Celts by Timothy Newark3
The Barbarians : Warriors & Wars of the Dark Ages by Timothy Newark4
Ancient Armies by Timothy Newark5
6006: Mongols (Concord - Fighting Men Series) by Liu Young Hua6
The Age of the Crusades (Fighting men series) by Angus Tim; McBride Newark7
Warlord Armies by Timothy Newark8
El Cid (Concord Fighting Men No 6009) by Justo Jimeno9
Gunpowder Armies by Timothy Newark10
Cn6011 - the Eastern Romans 330 - 1461 AD by amato D, Raffaele & Albertini, Giorgio11
Age of Conquerors by Timothy Newark12
Cn6013 - Medieval Knights by Justo Jimeno13

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From the publisher's website: This series offers an in-depth study of a specific armed force or conflict. Each book contains 20 highly detailed full-color artwork by world class artist depicting interacting figures on a realistic backdrop. The books provide modelers, historians, collectors, re-enactors and wargamers with an endless source of inspiration and information.

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